out of harm's way >>. in belmont for security cameras after suspects broke into a class room. police in belmont are reviewing video footage from security cameras at carlmont high school where suspects broke into a classroom during the holiday weekend and stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment. twenty-five apple macbook computers and 30 ipods were reportedly stolen from the high school classroom where they were stored sometime between wednesday evening and this morning, according to belmont police. the school- owned equipment was worth more than $50,000, according to police. officers have arrested three teenagers on suspicion of vandalizing several los gatos cars and causing thousands of dollars in damage last week. on nov. 23, a resident spotted two cars full of juveniles and young adults pulled over in a neighborhood around 9 p.m. shortly after 9 p.m., the group allegedly threw eggs at cars near the intersection of pollard road and more avenue. the vandalizing escalated into several suspects smashing car windows, keying paint, and shattering residential landscape lights. in all, the group committed more than 15 acts of vandalism and damaged more than $1,000 in property. officers were able to quickly track down the suspects thanks to the resident's initial report. the resident didn't witness the crimes but made note of the two suspicious-looking cars. campbell resident eric pecher; morgan castor- thomas, of san jose; and robert bergschneider, of santa clara, were arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism. all three men are 18 years old. police also cited three 17-year-olds and released them to their parents. a fourth 17-year- old has been identified but not located.